There’s A Dinosaur Safari Hiding In This New York Zoo That Will Make You Feel Like You’ve Traveled Back In Time
To those of us New Yorker who are familiar with the extensive history of the Empire State, you might already know that our state’s zoos have become quite notable. Out along our Southern Tier, you can find one of the oldest zoos in the entire country hiding away in Binghamton, but did you know that our state is also home to one of the largest zoos in America? Seeing more than 2-million visitors annually, check out how this one jaw-dropping zoo in New York has a dinosaur safari that will make you feel like you’ve stepped into Jurassic Park.
Whether you visited on a school field trip or you've made the journey here on your own, there's a good chance that by now you're familiar with the Bronx Zoo.
This year at the end of April, the zoo welcomed its very own Dinosaur Safari, further elevating this already epic destination.
Making your day prehistoric and exciting, you'll get an up-close look as you ride on the biggest and most realistic dinosaur safari in the country.
Just like in Jurassic Park, you'll hop aboard a small truck and begin your journey through the zoo where you'll see more dinosaurs than you ever have before.
On the guided safari, you'll get to learn more about the extensive history of dinosaurs.
Guests of the Dinosaur Safari will even get to stop at a dig site to uncover fossils...
...and will even get to stop and take photos with a roaring dinosaur that will get the excitement running through your veins.
You may be used to looking up into the sky to get views of animals like giraffes, but have you ever found yourself in front of a Brachiosaurus towering over you?
If this sounds like the kind of safari tour that your family would enjoy, then be sure to get down to the Bronx Zoo before adventure leaves on November 3rd!
To find out more about the Bronx Zoo's Dinosaur Safari,
and be sure to stay up to date through their official
Monday through Friday - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday - 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Address: 2300 Southern Boulevard, Bronx, NY, 10460
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